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The man known only as "Paladin" lives in San Francisco at the Carleton Hotel, accustomed to the fanciest food and furnishings. He afford it all by riding out as a gunslinger and charging top dollar for his services. His calling card? "Have Gun Will Travel." Paladin will take on any case if a client meets his fee, but whether he helps them or not depends on whether he thinks that they deserve it. A West Point graduate with an unknown past, Paladin is as likely to help a client with his lightning wits and sense of strategy, as he is to use his gun and his hold-out derringer.
Paladin takes on a commission bringing a daughter back to a rancher after an outlaw convinces her to run away with him.
Paladin rides after an outlaw, Manfred Holt, who only wants to see his wife and newborn son one time before the law strings him up.
Paladin hears of a businessman who holds an annual desert chase, and buys a camel to compete. He soon learns that the businessman holds the town's water rights and charges exorbitant prices, and sets out to break the man.
Paladin comes to the aid of a mission Indian, Joseph Whitehorse, who the locals believe has diseased cattle. But the gunfighter soon switches sides and sells his services to the locals to drive Joseph off of his land.
A wanted killer offers Paladin $200 to protect him from a lynch mob, and Paladin has to decide whether to take more money to let the lynch mob have the man... or let him go.
When a young woman in his stagecoach gets out in the middle of the desert, Paladin decides to stay with her and discovers that she's a mail order bride who has never met her would-be husband face-to-face.
A dying man hires Paladin to deliver his body safely to his home, explaining that another ancient line is conducting vendetta against him and plan to mutilate his corpse.
Paladin places a $3,000 bet with a ruthless businessman that a tightrope walker-turned-hobo can't walk across a canyon on a rope.
Paadin ends up with a box of antique rifles, and decides to sell them to one side or another in a range war.
A wealthy cattleman, Louis Strome, captures Paladin and two other men on suspicion that one of them was with his wife. Strome shot his wife when the man fled, and now he wants to kill the man he blames for her death.
A colonel hires Paladin to track down a boomtown saloon girl, and Paladin gives him more information than he wants.
Paladin comes upon a woman and her baby abandoned by their wagonmaster because he thinks they have typhoid. The only way to determine if if they're truly sick is to bring in a nearby female doctor to determine if they need treatment.
Paladin escorts an Englishman to his newly inherited ranch in Montana, where the locals and the man's cousin question if he fits in and test him with practical joks. However, a joke goes out of control, enraging the local Indians.
A major at a remote cavalry outpost hires Paladin to ake him to an Apache chief to negotiate and determine why the Indians killed two of his men.
An Armenian winemaker hires Paladin to track down the cowboy who ran off with his daughter Helen. Paladin soon discovers that the man is running from Helen, who is intent on marrying the cowboy... whether he wants to or not.
A Wild West show promoter hires Paladin to "tame" a female gunslinger in his show.
Rancher Gene Morgan hires Paladin to keep his foster son from killing him over a land dispute.
When Paladin's tailor is "accidentally" killed checking out a gold mine that he bought, Paladin helps the man's relatives investigate what really happened.
Paladin is framed for putting a burr beneath a local rancher's wife, crippling her.
Paladin comes to the aid of Henry Prince, a man from Boston who finds himself at odds with a local rancher who wants Henry's newly-purchased land.
A ranch hand hires Paladin to get him in to talk to his true love for ten minutes... even though she's now married to another man, a wealthy rancher.
Paladin gets involved in a land dispute between a stubborn Italian-American winemaker and a hard-headed Irish oil driller.
A rich man hires Paladin to find his dead son's bride, but two women claim that they were married to his son... and the one who is stands to inherit $500,000.
A town hires Paladin to deal with a rival city that is taking their water, and Paladin goes up against engineer Mike O'Hare who is heading the project.
To help a small Colorado town caught in the middle of a right-of-way war between two rival rail companies, and to help out an old friend, Paladin tries to find a way to resolve the matter peacefully. The problem is, neither side wants peace.
Paladin comes to the aid of a music hall singer when an elderly miner leaves her his share of a valuable silver mine.
When a groom's half-brothers send his new wife a dead cat as a warning, Paladin gets involved. He ends up defending the brothers' father in court when they try to have the man committed to get his farmlands.
Paladin gets involved in a feud between the Mennonites of North Fork and a crooked shop owner who is trying to drive them out while holding the community hostage.
Paladin infiltrates a Mexican hacienda to learn the fate of an American forced to work in the Don's mines. When he discovers that the Don's workers have a high fatality rate, Paladin leads a local revolt.
To recover a religious statue for a mission, Paladin must capture a local bandit in return for the rancher owning the statue returning it.
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